One of six volumes of sheet music collected by the Misses Jane and Mary Anne Shirreff of Deptford, Kent and Stradmore, Cardiganshire
Contents: Voight, A. The Lord's Prayer, versified and set to music for a single voice and piano forte and also harmonized for four voices, [n.d.] -- King, M. P. Eve's lamentation ... in the oratorio of the Intercession, [n.d.] -- Stevenson, John, Sir. God save the King! The national anthem of England, with an additional staza for our gracious Queen, [n.d.] -- Gail, Sophie. Celui qui sut toucher mon coeur, Tyrolienne, [n.d.] -- Doche, J. J'ai d'largent jai d'largent, [n.d.] -- Rossini, G. Una voca poco faa Cavatina ... in the opera of Il barbiere de Siviglia, [n.d.] -- Sola, C. M. Amore tiranno, with an accompt. for the piano forte & flute, [n.d.] -- Sola, C. M. L'amante fedele, canzonetta, with an acompt. for the piano forte & flute, [n.d.] -- Paisiello, G. Il mio ben quando verraa, cavatina in the opera of Nina, [n.d.] -- Miles, Mrs. Ah quando torni al corne ... adapted to the admired air The bonnie wee wife, [n.d. ]-- Donizetti, G. Cielo, a miei lunghi spasimi, aria ... in the opera of Anna Bolena, [n.d.] -- Bishop, Henry R. I stood amid the glittering throng, [n.d.] -- Arkwright, Robert, Mrs. Xarifa, or, The bridal of Andalla, from a set of six ancient Spanish ballands, historical and romantic, [n.d.] -- Lee, Alaxander. The rover's bride, [n.d.] -- Lee, Alexander. Come where the aspens quiver, [n.d.] -- Lee, Alexander. The soldier's tear, [n.d.] -- Carnaby, William. My heart's true pulse, [n.d.] -- Craven, I. T. The light bark, [n.d.] -- Parry, John. O! Merry row the bonnie bark, a ballad founded on an ancient Northumbrian melody, [n.d.] -- Stockhausen, F. Hark 'tis the signal, a celebrated Swiss air, [n.d.] -- Stockhausen, F. The spring song of the canton of St. Gallae, or, Jucheye der Winter, a celebrated Swiss air, [n.d.] -- Blockley, J. Love not, [n.d.] -- Bishop, Henry R. Oh! No - we never mention her, [n.d.] -- Barnett, John. Oh am I then remember'd still, a ballad ... in answer to Oh no we never mention her, [n.d.] -- Bayly, T. H. I'd be a butterfly! ... in Mr. Poole's new comedy The wealthy widow, [n.d.] -- Carnaby, William. The knight of Ardennes, [n.d.] -- Wade, J. Augustine. Meet me by moonlight, [n.d.] -- Smith, S. T. Follow, follow over mountain, [n.d.] -- Moscheles, I. The Swiss boy, a ballad (No. 1 of the Tyrolese melodies), [n.d.] -- Browne, Miss. (sister of Mrs. Henams, lyricist). The captive knight, [n.d.] -- Browne, Miss. (sister of Mrs. Henams, lyricist). The treasures of the deep, [n.d.] -- Barnett, John. The light guitar, [n.d.] -- Barnett, John. Yes! I will leave the festive scene, an answer to the celebrated serenade The light guitar, [n.d.] -- Welsh, Thomas. Ah can I think of days gone by, [n.d.] -- Whitmore, Charles Shapland, and Rawlings, T. A. Isle of beauty, fare thee well!, [n.d.] -- Lee, Alexander. The Bavarian girl's song: buy a broom!, [n.d.] -- Wade, I. A. Love was once a little boy, a ballad ... in the comic opera of the Two houses of Grenada, [n.d.] -- Miles, Mrs. Marion, or, Will ye gang to the burn side, [n.d.] -- Bishop, Henry R. Isabel!, [n.d.]
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